A Copernican Revolution in Corporate Governance

In the time before Nicholas Copernicus: “Astronomy’s complexity was increasing far more rapidly than its accuracy and that a discrepancy corrected in one place was likely to show up in another.” (Kuhn 1972). In an age and a discipline far removed from medieval astronomy, history is repeating. Despite no empirical connection between “best practice” and performance, good governance grows more complicated each year

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